The period of doubling of Kovid-19 cases in India was 504.4 days on 1 March, which decreased to 202.3 days on 23 March. The Union Health Ministry on Tuesday said that an increase in new cases of the daily reported virus has been reported in six states. 80.90 percent of the new cases are from these six states.
Meanwhile, on March 22, more than 32.53 lakh people were given anti-Kovid-19 vaccines in a single day, with which more than 4.8 crore people have been vaccinated in the country so far. According to the data, 40,715 new cases of Kovid-19 were reported in the last 24 hours, of which 80.90 percent were from Maharashtra, Punjab, Karnataka, Gujarat, Chhattisgarh and Tamil Nadu.
Among these states, Maharashtra had the highest number of 24,645 (60.53 per cent) new cases. 2,299 new cases were reported in Punjab and 1,640 in Gujarat. The ministry said that Maharashtra, Gujarat, Punjab, Madhya Pradesh, Delhi, Tamil Nadu, Chhattisgarh, Karnataka, Haryana and Rajasthan are the states where new cases of Kovid-19 reported in the scheme have been reported.
The ministry underlined that the number of under-treated patients in India is also increasing steadily, which was at its lowest level in mid-February. According to the data, 3,45,377 people are currently undergoing treatment for corona virus infection in the country. It has increased by 10,731 cases in the last 24 hours.
Of these, 75.15 percent of the patients undergoing treatment are from Maharashtra, Kerala and Punjab. According to the data, the time of doubling of virus cases in the country on March 1 was 504.4 days, which decreased to 202.3 days on March 23.
According to the data, a total of 4,84,94,594 people had been given anti-Kovid-19 vaccines at seven o’clock in the morning on Tuesday. Of these, 4,06,31,153 people have been given the first dose of the vaccine.
Out of 4,84,94,594 people vaccinated, 78,59,579 health workers have been given the first dose and 49,59,964 health workers have been given the second dose. At the same time, 82,42,127 personnel deployed on advance fronts have been given the first dose of vaccine and 29,03,477 personnel have been given the second dose. The first dose of vaccine has been given to 42,98,310 people above 45 years of age and up to 60 years of age, while 2,02,31,137 seniors above 60 years of age have been given the first dose.